CC Theatre to perform ‘Red Tape’ April 27
The Clarendon College Theatre Department invites everyone to the new original play “Red Tape” on Thursday, April 27, at 7 p.m. in the Harned Sisters Fine Arts Center.
The play is suitable for audience members of every age, according to CC drama instructor Rodney Donahue.
“We are creating a G-rated environment and have included some hallmarks of Clarendon, including Highway 287, the college, and the Enterprise,” Dr. Donahue said.
“Red Tape” is an original comedy about the absurdities inherent in the corporate world. In the play, Marcus wants to date a coworker, but instead he runs into a rules and regulations that stop him at every turn. When he is prevented from dating her, Marcus decides to take her on the date anyway.
“Red Tape” questions professional and personal boundaries in the workplace and how far employers and employees go to cross those boundaries. The play is suitable for audience members of every age.
Faculty and students involved in the performance are Dr. Donahue (playwright and director), Kc Martin (stage manager), Haley Rodriguez (stage manager), Dillon Lowery, Mikaila Walker, Jenna Perez, Sam Long, MK Greenlee, Daniel Fiedler, Michael Murdock, Zack LaRoe, and additional students from Introduction to Theatre courses.